Shekel Extends Slump on Second-Quarter Interest Rate OutlookYe Xie and Victoria Stilwell
The shekel extended declines after the Bank of Israel held the key rate on speculation policy makers will opt to cut borrowing costs in coming months to help stem the currency’s rally to a 15-month high.
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